Twenty Percent Ghouler

Chris Sims, Senior Writer at ComicsAlliance, cowriter of Down Set Fight and Subatomic Party Girls, writer of Radical Guardian Skater X, possible dracula

Hi, I'm translating an article about Batman by David Hughes in his book Tales from Development Hell, and confusing about something, maybe I can ask you for help. I found your post about Bob Kane, and you must know about him more than me. So I can't tell his attitude about the 60's Batman TV series, was it too funny to him or just what he wanted it to be? A guess is good to me.

I don’t think I’ve ever read Bob Kane talking one way or another about Batman ‘66, but I have to imagine he was all for it, as it made him money and that was literally the only thing he cared about ever.

  1. the-mg reblogged this from twentypercentcooler and added:
    That’s not true, he also wanted to have lots of sex with women.
  2. cocoz42 reblogged this from nonstopive and added:
    Make sense, thank you.
  3. nonstopive reblogged this from twentypercentcooler and added:
    In the book Batman & Me, Kane said he liked the TV show for what it was but it “wasn’t Batman”. He saw it as a parody of...
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